Video: AMAZING U.S. AIR FORCE MILITARY ROBOT DOG YOU MUST SEE! United States’ Tyndall Air Force Base is integrating robot dogs from Ghost Robotics for security and surveillance of the base. The base, which is located 12 miles east of Panama City, Florida, is the home to the 325th Security Forces Squadron and is the first base to use the technology for enhanced security patrolling. Air Force will test capabilities of robots at Tyndall base, results of which can influence the decision for a wider implementation of robot dogs across other bases. Although the 100-pound robot dogs can be controlled with a remote, they will operate autonomously around the base for security and have the ability to turn themselves right side up if they are knocked over. The robot dogs can run for an extended period of time, and a single charge will support surveillance distance of 7.5 miles. The robots will have access to wireless charging doghouses to ensure easy charging. The robot dogs are capable of handling tasks such as remote inspection, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, mapping, distributed communications and persistent security. The robotic technology in combination with other technological innovations is expected to replace and upgrade the capabilities of traditional static defense equipment. According to Ghost Robotics CEO Jiren Parikh, the robot dogs can cover 7.5 feet per second, which is equivalent to covering the length of a football field in about 40 seconds. The company is aiming to enhance its performance to 10 feet per second. Ghost [More]
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Warfare is going through its most significant change in human history. This is an in-depth look at how robotics is increasingly preventing soldiers from rich nations from dying in battle. Subscribe to TDC: Like our page on Facebook Join us on Google+ Follow us on Twitter Information in this video is from: Music: “The Driving Force” by Jingle Punks – YT Music Library “Rising” Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 “The Complex” Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 “Stale Mate” by Jingle Punks – YT Music Library Video and Image credits: Battle on Foot from “300” “Troy” The Horse Charge Revolutionary War Battle of the Hook Reenactment 2013 Chariot scene from “The Eagle” Tank Wright Brothers First Flight (1903) Stealth Plane Soldiers marching Robot eyes Protector Robot Carrying 1,00 Pounds of Gear at Fort Ben TALON & PackBot – Military Explosive Disposal Robots Demo British army explosive disposal Guardium UGV MQ-9 Reaper Iran RQ-170 US Air Force Flapping Wing Micro Air Vehicle Korean DMZ South Korean Sentry Israeli Border Protector USV Port of Singapore Killer Robots Chinese Stealth UAV South Korean Robot Prison Guard Russian robot Money (from vid blocks) Google buys 8 robotics companies in 6 months: why? Commercial Market for Robotics Google logo [More]
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Hi everyone, today Frringo HD brings you some of the most amazing, modern, innovative and powerful unmanned military robots and uGV’s. These military robots can fire at enemies and can be controlled only through a remote. We will even show you India’s military robot which is a true menace on ground and has been developed by DRDO department of India.So stay tuned and watch the video till the end! Music Info: AShamaluevMusic – Upbeat Day. Music Link:
Watch as panelists discuss artificial intelligence as it relates to military uses during AFWERX Fusion 2019. Moderator: Andrew S. Bowne, Associate Professor, Contract and Fiscal Law Department, The Judges Advocate General’s School Panelists: – Michael Kanaan, Captain, Co-chair for Artificial Intelligence, HAF AI Cross-Functional Team U.S. Air Force – Eric Frahm, Lt. Col., Technology Integration Detachment Director Air Education & Training Command, U.S. Air Force – Anthony Sanchez, Technical Director, Government, Veritone Inc. – Matthew J. Tarascio, VP & Chief Data & Analytics Officer, Corporate Engineering, Technology & Operations, Lockheed Martin View our playlist for all AFWERX Fusion 2019 videos here: Learn more about us: Join our ecosystem: The theme of AFWERX Fusion 2019 was Multi-Domain Operations (MDO). The Multi-Domain Operations Challenge put out an open call for products from teams and businesses to help develop an impenetrable technology platform that enables and executes decisions rapidly and accurately. It’s aiming to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the U.S. and its Allies’ integrated operations in the areas of air, space, land, sea, cyber and the electromagnetic spectrum. Stories: – AFWERX Fusion drives collaboration between industry, military, academia: – Top potential Multi-Domain Operations innovators named at 2019 AFWERX Fusion Xperience: – Airmen Explore Multi-Domain Tech as Policy Takes Shape: – Second Annual AFWERX “Fusion” Event Tackles Multi-Domain Operations: Some capabilities and tools AFWERX utilizes: -Spark Tank (For Airmen):…. -Spark (For Airmen): -Workshops (For Airmen):… -Ideation Platform (For Airmen): -Tech Accelerators [More]
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Weapons and warfare have become increasingly sophisticated; the latest battlefield technology is starting to look more like a computer game with wirelessly connected soldiers communicating via sound and vision to drones carrying satellite-linked wi-fi hotspots & given orders by commanders that could be on the of the side of the world. Patreon : : You can now translate this and other curious droid videos, see my video about it here But the weapons of the future won’t need soldiers or commanders to operate them because they will make the decision of what or whom to target themselves using Artificial intelligence. The pentagon is spending billions on developing a new generation of Lethal Autonomous Weapons (LAWS) like robotic fighter Jets, missiles that decide what to attack and ships that hunt enemy submarines. For now, remote weapons like UAV’s or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are directed by humans from the safety of cubicles often hundreds or thousands of miles away from the conflict zone and as such, any decision to use lethal force is made by a person. But before we start thinking Skynet is going to take over and we’ll have terminators roaming around, we are still a long way from the Hollywood version of AI. Although We have seen the latest generation of robots like the Boston Dynamics Atlas and its uncanny ability for walk and move like a human, we won’t be seeing an army of robotic soldiers anytime soon. Whilst we think of AI being [More]
Here is a video explaining all about Indian Cyber Army. INDIAN CYBER ARMY is an Association of Ethical Hackers & RESOURCE CENTER for National Police Agencies, Intelligence Agencies, Research Centers, Industry Experts, Government Agencies, Academic Leaders along with Individuals to meet the long term security challenges in the digital arena of the modern world, by bridging the gap between the latest changes and innovations in the cyber space. The Indian military is all set to get a new body which would tackle cyber warfare. IT would comprise around 1,000 personnel drawn from all three wings of the military. The Defence Cyber Academy would defend military assets and also use its capabilities to fight proxy cyber warfare. ⭐For More Defence News & Updates, Visit ►⭐ Hello Defence Lovers, Defence Gyaan Series ke is episode No. 171 mai humne apko Indian Cyber Army ke baare mai baataya hai, Hume Umeed hai ki apko yeh episode pasand ayega. We have compiled data from the Internet to find out all about Indian Cyber Army. Join us as we take a closer look at Indian Military Defence Cyber Academy! 🔴 Recommended Playlist – Biography Series : 🔴 Recommended Playlist – Defence Talks Series :–K_iDk91E8bz 🔴 Recommended Playlist – Defence Updates Series : 🔴 Recommended Playlist – Defence Gyaan Series : 🔴 Recommended Playlist – Top 10 Series : ▶Also Watch, Top 5 Future Military Technologies Being Developed : ▶Also Watch, Military Artificial Intelligence – 3 Ways How AI Can [More]